David Young, President of Paragon Wealth Management, understands how difficult it can be to find a money manager. He started managing his own money in 1986 after he sold his 12 franchise businesses. He wanted to invest the money from the sale, but wasn't impressed with the brokerage firms available at the time.
Since then, Dave has done research to find ways to get the best returns. Through trial and error, he has been able to build quantitative models to base his investment decisions.
There is no guarantee what the future will bring, but these are Paragon's flagship portfolio's returns from its inception on January 1, 1998 through May 2010.
Paragon's Top Flight Portfolio generated a total return of 351.10 percent verses 39.22 percent for the S&P 500. Its compound annual return is 12.99 percent, versus 2.72 percent for the S&P 500 (visit Paragon's website to see Top Flight Portfolio's updated numbers, complete track record and full disclosures).
An investor's actual returns may vary due to timing of withdrawls, contributions and other factors. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Before investing, contact Paragon to discuss your investment objectives, risk tolerance and fees. Investments in securities involve the risk of loss. The S&P Index is a market-value weighted index comprised of 500 stocks selected for market size, liquidity, and industry group representation. It is not possible to directly invest in this index.